I have seen in some professionally staged photo shoots the criticism that the women breastfeeding don't look loving enough. Like they must have a glow about them. Like its too utilitarian to portray breasts with such coldness. Then, if a woman displays too much affection and eye contact, she's sexualising BF.
Realistically, a BF woman cannot win.
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11-05-2012 16:49 #91
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11-05-2012 18:50 #93
It's got nothing to do with breasts for me. It is staged! Breastfeeding is natural, but standing your child on a chair to breastfeed them? Not natural!
I love the second picture.
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11-05-2012 19:01 #96
On another note the 'revolting' comments don't even warrant discussion, they say much more about the person than the article/photo.
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11-05-2012 19:12 #97
so THIS is what everyone is talking about, the reaction would be the same if the child was younger
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11-05-2012 19:23 #99
So to the people that don't find breasts sexual do you involve them when having sexual relations with your partners? Or are they purely BF? Not trying to offend, just wondering.
11-05-2012 19:32 #100
My boobs were very good at multi tasking!!!
It's a bit like saying you pee out of your vagina don't you find it strange having sex with it
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